DA: No Crime Committed at Hamot

No crimes were committed by officials at Hamot Medical Center when organs were harvested from an 18-year-old Ohio man who suffered a head injury while snowboarding at Peek 'n' Peak.

That's the conclusion from Erie County District Attorney Brad Foulk, who reviewed medical files in the case of Gregory Jacobs.

Jacobs' parents, of Bellevue, Ohio, are suing the hospital, the Center For Organ Recovery and Education, and various doctors. They claim medical officials purposely medicated and treated their son to speed up his death so they could harvest his organs.

CORE and Hamot officials say they used proper procedures and deny wrongdoing.


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